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Brazil

Men often shake hands when they meet for the first time. When women meet, they kiss each other on the cheek. Women also kiss male friends to say hello.

When you shake hands, look at the person in the eyes. This shows interest and friendliness.

Japan

When people meet for the first time, they usually bow. In business, people also shake hands.

In formal situations, people often exchange business cards. When you give a business card, give it with two hands. This is polite.

Special note: In Japan, a smile can have different meanings. It usually means that the person is happy, or that the person thinks something is funny. But it can also mean that the person is embarrassed.

New Zealand

Usually, both men and women shake hands when they meet someone for the first time.

Fun fact: If you see two people pressing their noses together, they are probable Maori.

The Maori are the native people of New Zealand. This is their traditional greeting.

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    在巴西

    男士們通常會用握手來打招呼

    而女士們的打招呼方式,則會互相在對方ㄉ小臉頰親一下

    女士們也會在男士們ㄉ臉頰親吻來打招呼

    當你與他人握手時,觀看對方ㄉ眼神,這會表示與他人之關注與親切

    在日本

    第一次見面時,通常會用鞠躬敬禮來打招呼

    而在生意上,通常是用握手來打招呼

    在正式ㄉ場合裡,會互相交換名片

    當你要遞名片時,請用雙手遞,表示禮貌

    附註: 在日本,微笑代表不同ㄉ涵義

    通常表示此人很快樂,或者是絕得某件事很滑稽可笑的

    但是微笑也可用來表示此人是剛尬ㄉ

    在紐西蘭

    當男生與女生第一次見面時,通常會用握手來表示歡迎

    趣聞: 假使你看兩人戶按對方ㄉ鼻子時,她們必定是毛利人

    毛利人是紐西蘭當地ㄉ本土人種,這是她們傳統用來表示問候ㄉ方式

    p.s. 有些詞句我翻ㄉ比較通暢,但是不見得跟原文依樣,但是意義卻一定是相同ㄉ

    因為降番比較通順

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